Prevent Social Security Number Fraud

From: The Honorable David G. Valadao Sent By: scott.nemeth@mail.house.gov Bill: H.R. 3779 Date: 2/29/2016 Prevent Social Security Identity Theft and Fraud Cosponsor H.R. 3779 Dear Colleague: Please join us in the effort to prevent identity theft by becoming a cosponsor of H.R. 3779. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United […]

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Support HOPWA Housing for People Living with HIV/AIDS

From: The Honorable Jerrold Nadler Sent By: melissa.connolly@mail.house.gov Date: 2/29/2016 Support the HOPWA Program Sign the letter to the Appropriations Committee Deadline COB March 7 2015 Signers: Jerrold Nadler, Joseph Crowley, Jim McDermott, Karen Bass, Joyce Beatty, Donald Beyer, Robert A Brady, Corrine Brown, Bradley Byrne, G.K. Butterfield, Lois Capps, Michael Capuano, Tony Cardenas, Matt Cartwright, […]

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Support Permanent Families for Foster Youth in FY17 Appropriations (v. 2)

From: The Honorable James R. Langevin Sent By: sam.morgante@mail.house.gov Date: 2/26/2016 Current Signers: Langevin, McDermott, Norton, Lipinski, David, Eshoo, Cohne, Cartwright, Range   Dear Colleague,   I invite you to join me in sending the following letter to appropriators requesting $50 million in funding for the Adoption Opportunities program in the Fiscal Year 2017 Labor, […]

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Stop HUD’s Takeover of Local Zoning Decisions

From: The Honorable Paul A. Gosar Sent By: will.gardner@mail.house.gov Date: 2/26/2016 Stop HUD’s Takeover of Local Zoning Decisions ** THIS IS A PROGRAMMATIC REQUEST** Members are required to submit the request online. Deadline to sign on is COB on Tuesday, March 15. Dear Colleague, On July 16, 2015 HUD published its final overreaching AFFH rule. […]

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Cosponsor HR 4415; Early Pell Promise Act

Education is a key component to investing in our nation’s future and our economy. Whether working towards a degree or a certificate, students who pursue post-secondary education statistically prove to have higher earnings and lower unemployment rates than those with a high school diploma.

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